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... of ore and very realistic pit props. Here we are treated to a glass or two of 'Geist', a seriously strong (65%+) liquor made from pears.
We chat the evening away with two other guests, businessmen from Italy who also visit Belfast regularly.
it's a touch of western class in 'The Golden Heart of Slovakia' as Kremnica is known. ...
... Otherwise no change...mood still low!!! I've taken to the bottle to compensate....
Did stop at an aircraft museum, lots to see but as all the writing was in Czech I'd no real idea what I was looking at. Pretty much all the aircraft were in a poor state but still interesting all the same!
Entrance to the ...
... good economy and was one of the 20 wealthiest countries in world during two world wars.
- The car industry prospered.
- Shoes for WW1 provided shoes for army. (Thomas Butter) - that story of the marketing people were sent to Africa and the one sales man said they would not make a go of it because nobody wore shoes, and Butters other salesman came back to said to him that they would make a lot of money because no one wore shoes.
- Textiles, ...
... Polish folklore, and regularly killed civilians, requiring the sacrifice of a virgin to appease it. In order to drive the dragon away, the ruler, Krakus, fed it a poisonous lamb which killed it, allowing the city to develop and flourish.
The interesting thing about the Warwel Dragon statue is that periodically, fire comes out of its mouth as a showcase to tourists. This happens at around 5 minutes intervals and lasts for only a few seconds, therefore it ...
... a 5 minute walk to the highway; I was feeling confident. I crossed the highway to the northbound lane and found a spot with good visibility and plenty of room for cars to pull over. I told myself it may be a long, arduous day. I put my backpack down, took a deep breathe and began. I stood there beside the two-lane highway, holding up my small “Krakow” sign, watching vehicle after vehicle whiz by. The first time I hitchhiked in Wales, I felt like I was the centre ...